Chris Bowman (ChBE) received an NIH award for “Oxygen-Mediated Initiation of Thiol-ene Adhesives and Sealants” in the amount of $424K.
Dejan Filipovic (ECEE) received a three-year award for “Low-Profile HF Antennas for Vehicles on the Move” from the DOD Navy ONR in the amount of $907K.
Peter Hamlington (ME) and Nicole Lovenduski (INSTAAR) were awarded an NSF grant for $401K titled “Collaborative Research: Reacting Tracers in a Turbulent Mixed Layer.”
Christine Hrenya (ChBE) received a DOE grant for $476K titled “Using Solid Particles as Heat Transfer Fluid for Use in Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Plants.”
Moncef Krarti (CEAE) received two awards this year from the American Council on Education (USAID) for a total of $1M: "Promoting Sustainable Energy and Water Management Technologies for the Agricultural Sector in Tunisia" and "Promoting Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Technologies for the Industry Sector in Tunisia."
Robert Leben (AES) is the recipient of an $845K, four-year grant from NASA called “Multivariate Sea Level Reconstruction for Historical and Near Real-Time Ocean and Climate Monitoring.”
Shelly Miller (ME) received an award from the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers for $500K for “Role of HVAC Systems in the Transmission of Infectious Agents in Buildings and Intermodal Transportation.”
Steve Nerem (AES) received a four-year award for $920K from NASA for “The Climate Data Record of Sea Level Change: Influence of Decadal Variability.”
Rishi Raj (ME) received a three-year, $480K award from the Nuclear Energy University Program (NEUP) via the University of Tennessee at Knoxville for “Advanced Accident-tolerant Ceramic Coatings for 2r-alloy Cladding: The C 3 Project.”
Ted Randolph (ChBE) and Co-PI Dan Schwartz (ChBE), along with collaborators from the University of Colorado Denver, North Carolina State University and the University of Delaware, received five years of funding from NIH totaling $4.28M for “Biotechnology Research Partnerships Renewal: Aggregation of Therapeutic Proteins.”
Nikolay Zabotin (ECEE) received an award from the DOD Navy ONR for $804K. This three-year grant is for “Tracing Acoustic-Gravity Waves from the Ocean into the Ionsophere through Windows of Transparency in the Air-Sea Interface.” Co-PIs are Oleg Godin (CIRES) and Terence Bullett (CIRES).